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Contact for Price  •  12,445 acres
Hedgpeth Ranch is a beautiful 12,445 acre property: a private hilltop estate with 50 acres of vineyard, a private lake with 22 acres of surface area and a storage capacity of 602.7 acre-feet of water, 87 miles of road and some of the largest Redwoods in Sonoma County. The property includes a grove of over 100 Old Growth Coast Redwood trees, the largest of which is nearly 13 feet in diameter. A road system of approximately 87 miles throughout the property offers convenient access. What makes Hedgpeth special, in addition to the privacy it affords, is the natural and beautiful scenery throughout the ranch. The Hedgpeth Lake is a private freshwater reservoir that may be enjoyed for swimming, boating, fishing, and other aquatic activities. The lake also has 22 acres of usable surface area for fishing and recreation. There is a series of creeks that flow throughout the property which include House Creek, Allen Creek, Pepperwood Creek, Danfield Creek, and Cow Creek. Nearby attractions include Harold Richardson Redwoods Reserve and Salt Point State Park. Hedgpeth Ranch is 8 miles from Timber Cove, 11 miles from Cazadero, 32 miles from Healdsburg and 52 miles from Downtown Santa Rosa and 70 miles from San Francisco. Investment Highlights + 12,445 acres located on the Sonoma Coast + Approximately 30 miles from Santa Rosa and 70 Miles from San Francisco + 7,500 acres of commercial forest, including old growth Redwood trees and high quality timber, provide for great investment potential + Wildlife species make Hedgpeth an excellent hunting ground + The diverse terrain and beautiful scenery allow for a variety of activities such as horseback riding, ATV riding and hiking + In the Southwest section of the property lies Hedgpeth Lake that can be used for agricultural purposes, swimming and fishing + Hedgpeth Ranch is a pristine location for vineyard winery and orchard creation because of the great coastal weather of the Sonoma Coast; current 50-acre lease in place with Jackson Family Wines (lease expiration date: 12/1/2027 with an option to extend for five (5) years) + Hedgpeth can be an excellent location to raise cattle and livestock as there are already improvements onsite that are available for use, such as a feeder barn, horse stable and a rancher residence + Other potential uses include: commercial equestrian facility, dairy, slaughterhouse, wine tasting room, and farm stand + Hedgpeth receives favorable property tax treatment via the Williamson Act (also known as the California Land Conservation Act of 1965) + The Hedgpeth Ranch has 97 underlying land patents or partial patents. With the merger of parcels too small for the Ag zoning designation, there are 87 potential Certificates of Compliance available for the ownership + Outstanding grove of over 100 Old Growth Coast Redwood trees with a beautiful walking path + Solar power generation potential + Wind power generation potential
$12,000,000  •  2,035 acres
The Love Ranch is a one-of-kind ranch with its many spring-fed lakes and ponds, miles of trails, and lovely 20+ acre organic vineyard. The 2,035-acre +/- ranch offers world-class quail hunting, plus fishing, and other recreational opportunities. Located on the west side of the Sierra Nevada Mountains near the historic gold rush town of Coarsegold, the ranch is just 30 minutes from Yosemite National Park. Ranch management is simple as the property’s vineyard and cattle-grazing grasslands are leased to dependable tenants. The current owners have split their time between their home in Montana and the ranch, where they have enjoyed California’s mild winters and the near year-round ability to hike, fish, hunt and entertain their family and friends. The countryside with its lush grasses, secluded valleys, pockets of live oaks, and massive granite rock formations is extremely appealing and ideal for exploring on horseback, ATV, and on foot. Well-appointed improvements include a main home, guest quarters, wine bar, two-room bunkhouse, historic dairy barn, and shop. There are outdoor decks, fire pits, and other areas for enjoying great views from this remarkable property.
Contact for Price  •  520 acres
Location: 5015 Fish Branch Rd, Zolfo Springs, FL 33890 Size:520± Acres Parcel IDs: 27-35-26-0000-09930-0000 34-35-26-0000-05000-0000 35-35-26-0000-00020-0000 26-35-26-0000-03120-0000 Zoning/FLU: AGR Water Use Permit: 12643.002 Avg GPD: 414,300 Road Frontage: 3,956± feet on Fish Branch Road 4,611± feet on Crewsville Road 5 Wells on Property: (2) 16-inch (2) 12-inch (1) 8-inch Highlights: 95’x56’ Metal Building
Contact for Price  •  405.58 acres
405.58 assessed acres of Class 1 and 2 farmland under a long-term lease through October 31, 2035, generates strong cashflows.
$3,650,000  •  240.87 acres
240± acre almond ranch investment opportunity! 138± acres of high producing almond trees and 75± acres of bare ground currently planted to wheat, located just 45 minutes north of Sacramento, CA and five minutes west of the small town of Dunnigan, CA. It is easily accessible off I-5 via Yolo County Line Road in a desirable historic almond district in Yolo County. Plantings: • 63 ± acres, 4th leaf: 50% Nonpareil; 50% pollinators, KRYMSK 86 rootstock • 20 ± acres, 8th leaf: 50% Nonpareil; 50% pollinators, Hansen rootstock • 15 ± acres, 16th leaf: 50% Carmel, 50% Monterey • 40 ± acres, 29th leaf: 50% Nonpareil, 50% pollinators • 75 ± acres bare ground currently planted to wheat 175.2 ± acres of class two and 62 ± acres of class four soils. See Soil Map section of brochure for further information. Extensive drip irrigation infrastructure and filler station for all planted trees coupled with coveted irrigation water with 160 acres up to 1,500 GPM from the Colusa County Water District and an 800 ft. plus well drilled in 2020 up to 850 GPM. The ranch has contracts with the world’s largest almond processor, Blue Diamond Growers agricultural cooperative, and are transferable to the next owner. Mineral rights included. Additionally, there is a 4,800 sq. ft. shop, domestic well, and possible homesite with utilities. Stocked year-round fishpond with Little Buckeye Creek meandering through the northeastern portion of the property. PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS: • 138± acres of high-producing almond trees • 75± acres of bare ground currently planted to wheat • Located in a desirable, historic almond district • 175.2 ± acres of class two and 62 ± acres of class four soils • Extensive double drip above-ground irrigation system and filler station • Irrigation water for approx. 161.19 ± acres up to 1,500 GPM from Colusa County Water District • Irrigation water for approx. 69.68 ± acres up to 850 GPM from 800+ ft. well drilled in 2020 • Contracts with Blue Diamond Growers; the World’s Largest Almond Processor • 4,800 SF shop • Domestic well • Possible homesite with utilities • Stocked year-round pond • Little Buckeye Creek on the northeastern portion • 45 minutes north of Sacramento, CA • Five minutes west of the small town of Dunnigan, CA • Easy access off I-5 via Yolo County Line Road
$2,600,000  •  222 acres
Under Contract
The vines are in, the setting inspiring, ready for your dream estate on this 222+/- acre ranch located on the upper end of the beautiful Carmel Valley. Endless possibilities amongst the rolling hills for a country vineyard estate. Privacy, location, views, water, and abundant wildlife. Property Highlights: • The well-tended 7 ½ acre vineyard is on its 5th crop year, they’ve been in the ground for eight years. • Rootstock 1103P, vine spacing 9 x 6. • Planted in a variety of wine grapes, including Cabernet Franc, Grenache, Marsanne, Roussanne, Cabernet Sauvignon and Zinfandel. • Several great homesite locations. • Set up with a gravity flow drip system and perimeter fencing. • The ranch is set up for a small cattle operation, with pipe corrals located along Carmel Valley Road. • Finch Creek runs along the bottom of the property. • Great hunting, including black tail deer, wild boar, turkeys, dove, quail and wild pigeon. • The ranch is in the Williamson Act, with two parcels, both bordering the county road. • Only 28 miles to Carmel by the Sea and approximately 45 minutes from Monterey Regional Airport. • This is a rare opportunity, the backdrop is set, now ready to make your dreams come true.
$5,550,000  •  213 acres
The 212± acre Rancho Victoria vineyard and retail tasting room is set in the scenic rolling hills of Amador County and presents an ideal setting for retail wines sales and events, quality wine growing and estate residence potential.
$4,200,000  •  176.85 acres
This 176-acre farm is comprised of four separate tax lots. Developed as an orchard operation, it offers 161-acres of 7-year old, kernel variety hazelnuts. This farm was planted with the high-producing Yamhill varietal on a double-density 11’x12’ spacing utilizing McDonald, York and Wepster pollinizers. Drain-tile was installed prior to planting. The farm is further improved with a gravel equipment/loading yard, large shop building, security lighting and a spray station.
$1,750,000  •  137 acres
A once-in-a-generation opportunity to own an island on the Willamette River. The Willamette is an American Heritage River - recognized for its scenic beauty and cultural significance. This gorgeous property offers a fantastic location for a hunting and fishing preserve - just 30 minutes from downtown Portland and the Portland International Airport.
$3,990,000  •  126 acres
Premium Hazelnut orchard with guaranteed return.
$11,900,000  •  120 acres
The 120 acre Pritchett Peaks Vineyard is nestled in the majestic coastal mountains west of the bucolic town of Healdsburg in what is the epicenter of the legendary Rockpile AVA. With the entire AVA made up of less than 160 planted acres, Pritchett Peak’s 45 acres of ultra-premium vines represents the most significant Rockpile holding to ever come to market and an opportunity for the savvy investor to acquire a once in a lifetime foothold in what is arguably the North Coast’s most significant AVA. Leaving the Dry Creek’s valley floor and ascending up to over 1000 feet elevation, the approach to the Vineyard is marked with rolling oaked studded hills interrupted by forested draws and mountain meadows. Straddling the mountain ridge that rises above Lake Sonoma, one breaks above fog line and is greeted with an awe-inspiring view out to the Pacific. Here the first of Rockpile’s vineyards come unexpectedly into sight. Continuing west the sheer rawness of the site becomes increasingly evident. When it is thought nothing could eclipse this picture, Pritchett Peaks come into full view as nature’s jagged sentries over this sacred land. The gate opens and Pritchett Peak Vineyard lays out before your eyes. Immediately it is apparent why this region was deemed unique enough to merit its own AVA. Of course, like all things, there is a backstory. Some twenty years ago the three Mauritson brothers laid their eyes on this site and had a vision for what the land could yield. This was not their first venture into viticulture. The Mauritsons come from a long line of farmers that have been growing vines on this ridge line since the 1860’s. They knew this land had the unique mixture of an elevation above the fog line, full sun tempered by a cool consistent breeze from the Pacific that drys and then stresses the vine for quality while virtually eliminating rot, delicate but well drained soil, ample sustainable water resources and varied topography to produce outstanding wine. Ground was broken in 2008 and the sweat equity in building one of California’s most unique vineyards began to accrue. Besides the hard work invested, there was a certain amount of luck in commencing the vineyard development when they did. The regularity restrictions that have come to being in recent years would make planting such a hillside vineyard in Rockpile today virtually impossible. In other words, this Pritchett Peaks Vineyard is irreplaceable. The Vineyard consists of 110 acres with 45 acres professionally planted and maintained to an ultra-premium combination of Zinfandel/Primitivo, Cabernet Sauvignon and Malbec. Production runs between 100 to 180 tons per year (5 year average of 125 tons per year). These numbers are sure to grow in the coming years as the vines evolve into their prime. Five wells and a permitted 11 acre foot pond with pumps and a two 10,000 gallon concrete water tanks provide a wholly sustainable water resource. The entire vineyard is deer fenced with electric gates providing ease of ingress and egress. The grapes are currently sold to some of California’s most prestigious wineries though the current owners custom crush about 25 cases for their personal use. The Pritchett Peaks name is trademarked and will transfer to the new owner upon closing. Besides the vines, hundreds of productive olive trees line the driveway and end rows yielding an annual estimated 40 to 50 gallons of quality oil. Winding your way down and through the vineyard and pass the reservoir, the view opens up to a secluded bench above Lake Sonoma wherein sits the Pritchett Peaks’ Manor. This stately 3000 square foot 4 bedroom and 3 bath masterpiece with its covered wrap around deck canopied by ancient oaks beckons one in to its fold. With reclaimed Georgia hardwood floors and high ceilings, the appropriateness of the house to the land is self evident. With its clean lines and elegant simplicity, the Manor House provides the perfect canvass for the new owner’s imagination. Out the house’s east door sits the manicured gardens that lead to the pool area with its chaise lounges inviting one to linger while dreamily taking in the brilliant views in the solace of your own domaine. Rounding out this extraordinary setting is the view of Lake Sonoma out the back with a jeep trail leading the way down to the shore. Pritchett Peaks is much more than a vineyard. It’s basically a sanctuary within a sanctuary backing into the 17, 615 acre Lake Sonoma Open Space Preserve. With over 60 acres of hardwood and fir forests interspersed with seasonal creeks and springs, Pritchett Peaks’ undeveloped portion is a celebration of nature itself. All these attributes lend themselves to creating natural corridor wherein wildlife abounds including Bald and Golden Eagles, Blacktail Deer, Black Bear, Wild Hog, Wild Turkey, Mountain Lion, Bobcat, Blue Grouse, Mountain and Valley Quail, etc.. Furthering the perimeters of this sanctuary is the fact that Pritchett Peaks is surrounded on its entire north side by Lake Sonoma. Allowing the new owner “back door” access to thousands acres wilderness and over 40 miles of hiking and equestrian trails that would otherwise be difficult if not impossible to access via public access. Property Highlights: • 120 acres with 45 acres Planted to Ultra-Premium Vines entirely in Rockpile AVA at elevation of between 800ft and 1000ft • Zinfandel/Primitivo, Cabaret Sauvignon & Malbec producing between 100 to 180 tons per year • 5 Wells, 11 acres Non-adjudicated Pond, Three 10,000-gallon Storage Tanks • Deer Fenced with Electric Gates • All Utilities are Underground • Trademarked Brand Pritchett Peak Vineyard with established Reputation • Productive Olive Orchard • 3000 Sq Ft Custom Manor 4 Bedroom, 3 Bath Wrap Around Deck • Pool and accompanying Veranda • Wildlife of a Wide Range • Private Access to Lake Sonoma’s 17,615 acres and 40 miles of Trails
$2,400,000  •  107 acres
Enjoy complete privacy on this large estate property in the heart of Yamhill County’s wine country. You feel a million miles away, but are just 10 minutes from Newberg, 30 minutes from Intel or 45 minutes from downtown Portland. Deer, elk and other wildlife roam the forested hills and orchard. A gated drive leads to the spacious, well-built and impeccably maintained home. A solid structure worthy of updating with two kitchens and could serve a multi-generational family. The property is surrounded by established vineyards and wineries and a vineyard analysis was completed by a third-party expert showing 40-50 acres suitable for vineyard development. The forested lands hold growing timber value and thinning in front of the home should open a view of the valley, vineyards and Tilikum Lake. Additional improvements include a large 10,000+ sq ft. barn and dog kennels and small equipment storage. Come view this close-in legacy estate today.
$3,000,000  •  100 acres
Welcome to the epitome of Oregon living! Nestled amongst the trees and valleys you will experience privacy and seclusion on your very own 100 acres complete with vineyard, pasture, and timberland. This one-of-a kind property is completely off-grid with a 5KW solar system, 13.5KW Kuboda diesel back-up generator, 2 private wells, 2500-gallon gravity feed water storage system, 1000-gallon diesel tank, and 500-gallon propane tank. The custom 2000+ sqft farmhouse was built in 2000 with modern conveniences and old-world charm including wrap around porch, open beam ceilings, wood floors, masonry fireplace, formal dining, 36" gas range, mud room, gas stove, custom built-ins, insulated 4-car garage, back deck with hot tub, and more! Utilize the 10 acres of Pinot Noir grapes with your very own tasting & barrel room. The 3600 sqft building offers an inviting tasting space with wood stove, a barrel room with exposed beam ceiling that could double as an event space, unfinished upper level for an extra 1800 sqft plus custom barn doors, a 2400 sqft equipment shed, and deck area that overlooks the mountains, vineyard, and valley. These grapes have received a 93-point wine rating! Other outbuildings include a 36x44 2-story pole barn with concrete floor, chicken coop, a large greenhouse, 2 well houses, potting shed, and a covered concrete patio complete with a wood fired pizza oven. This serene setting has southern and eastern exposure that includes 70 acres of forest and backs to BLM old growth forest with an abundance of wildlife. Every direction you look has breathtaking views of the mountains and valleys. This property offers so many possibilities including income opportunities from the the timber and vineyard, creating your dream hobby farm, or just simply retreating into your own private Umpqua Valley paradise!
$1,087,500  •  72.5 acres
Welcome to your piece of paradise in Ortona, Florida! This 72.5 acre parcel has all of the infrastructure to support new orange grove operations and/or can continue to be converted to row crop operations. The parcel has thousands of feet of road frontage on Williams and Ortona Locks Road in addition to the agricultural tax exemption it enjoys from the ongoing farming activities. There is a substantial irrigation reservoir with irrigation pumps and lines in place that will convey with the property. The large alligator that lives in the reservoir goes with the property as well. (If they want to!) Please be careful around the body of water as the gator is omnipresent. The rolling equipment (RV, Tractors, Implements) on site is the property of the grower and does not go with the sale. Future land use is residential.
$750,000  •  70.81 acres
LAND- HOUSE - HORSE BARN - AUTO SHOP! 71 m/l Acres Corner Tract, just southeast of Louisburg, Ks In Louisburg School District with a super cute updated 2 bed, 1 bath home on a quiet semi dead-end road. Just 4 miles East of 69 highway
$1,925,000  •  52.45 acres
Merveille Vineyard offers a picturesque creek-front setting on 52 peaceful and private acres. The property includes 11 income producing vineyard acres planted beginning in 2015 to Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Tempranillo, Merlot, and several other notable varietals. There are surface water rights for the property from Calapooya Creek and a 3 acre pond on site. The water system is complete with tank storage, 2 pump houses, filtration and smart irrigation. Outbuildings include a 30x60 shop and 36x108 barn. Two newly constructed homes both feature creek and vineyard views. The primary residence is 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms with bonus room addition. The secondary residence is 1 bedroom, 1.5 bathrooms with a partially finished daylight basement. County approval for third dwelling, potential for winery, tasting room, agri-tourism, and more! Buyer to do own due diligence.
$696,000  •  47 acres
Unique opportunity to acquire 40 +/-acres of high producing almonds along with 7.2 +/- acres of open ground. Irrigation is via a filtration system with double drip lines in the tree portion. The property is entitled to receive water from the San Luis Water District. Varieties are 50% Nonpareil, 25% Monterey, and 25% Fritz. Trees were planted in 2006 with a spacing of 18 X 21. Soil is Cerini clay loam. This property will be sold together with the adjoining 160 +/- acres (see our listing). The 2022 yield for the combined ranches was an impressive 2,959 pounds per acre. The properties share the irrigation filtration system. The property is close to I-5 and the town of Firebaugh. Buyer to reimburse seller for all production costs paid through the closing date if escrow closes prior to the harvest of the 2023 crop and buyer will be entitled to the crop. Seller retains all rights to the crop and crop proceeds if escrow closes after the harvest of the 2023 crop. A.P.N.’s 009-070-65S and 009-070-80S. Property Highlights: • 40 +/- acres of high producing almond trees • 7.2 +/-acres of open ground • Filtration system with double drip lines • San Luis Water District • Close proximity to Interstate 5 and the town of Firebaugh Groundwater Disclosure: The Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) passed in 2014 requires groundwater basins to be sustainable by 2040. SGMA requires a Groundwater Sustainability Plan (GSP) by 2020. SGMA may limit the amount of well water that may be pumped from underground aquifers. For more information please visit the SGMA web site at
$1,349,000  •  46.26 acres
Well maintained Barcelona and Casina hazelnut orchard on excellent soils. Two legal dwellings can be replaced with custom homes. Fantastic location just minutes to shopping. Quiet, peaceful location surrounded by farm-ground. Includes hazelnut receiving station for additional income. Adjacent orchard & building site also available for purchase.
$2,100,000  •  40 acres
Tasting Room Vineyard Workshop Pond Views Shenandoah Valley Wine Area
$3,750,000  •  30 acres
Westcave Cellars Winery & Brewery presents an extraordinary opportunity to acquire an established 3,500 case winery and tasting room located along the renowned Texas Wine Trail between Johnson City and Fredericksburg. This highly sought-after location is well-known for attracting a substantial number of visitors each year who are in search of the best wineries, vineyards, breweries, and distilleries. The Texas Hill Country wineries rank as the second most visited wine destination in the United States. With 25 years of experience, Westcave Cellars Winery has proudly built a reputation for producing award-winning fine wine using 100% Texas grown grapes. In this area of the Hill Country, winemakers have honed their craft over the years, combining traditional techniques with modern innovations to create exceptional wines. Today, the area has established itself as a premier wine destination, boasting picturesque rolling vineyards, acclaimed wineries, and a warm hospitality that invites visitors to immerse themselves in the region's rich legacy and passion for winemaking. The Texas Wine Trail is a renowned destination, drawing wine enthusiasts from all corners of the world and ensuring a consistent flow of visitors throughout the year. Whether it's small, family-owned wineries or large, well-established operations, the trail offers something for everyone. Visitors can savor world-class Texas wines while indulging in the renowned hospitality of the Hill Country. Westcave Cellars Winery has garnered numerous accolades, including Gold Medals and the coveted Judge's Selection awards at the TEXSOM International Wine Awards for their Reserve Sangiovese, Vigneron, and Tannat varietals. This recognition further exemplifies their position within the thriving wine industry and showcases their commitment to producing exceptional wines that captivate wine lovers seeking the best the region has to offer. LOCATION Westcave Cellars Winery & Tasting Room is situated on Sandy Road (RM 1320), just half a mile north of Highway 290, right in the heart of the renowned Texas Wine Trail. This location is surrounded by numerous wineries and event venues, creating a vibrant and exciting destination for visitors. Some of the notable wineries in the area include William Chris Vineyards, Portree Cellars, Sandy Road Vineyard, Vinovium, Hye Meadow Winery, Ron Yates Wines, Lewis Wines, and many others. Additionally, the area is home to many other visitor attractions such as Garrison Brothers Distillery, Walden Retreats, Bamberger Ranch Preserve, and several resorts and Bed & Breakfasts. IMPROVEMENTS Wine Tasting Room: Newly remodeled and fully furnished 2,200 sqft wine tasting facility and event space with a full commercial grade kitchen The Hydeaway: A 2,000 sqft secondary home that is currently being used as a short-term rental with 2 beds, 2baths, a full kitchen, laundry, dining and living room. The Hydeaway currently sleeps 6 people with plenty of space to add additional beds. Winery Facility: Small winery building- 20x30 metal insulated building on a concrete slab with a 12 ceiling and custom decorative roll-up door. Currently used for case goods storage and the wine-making lab. Large winery building- 40x50 metal insulated building built in 2021 on a concrete slab with a 18 ceiling and a roll-up door. An additional 3,200 sqft of covered concrete crush pad with a drain. 84 GPM water well with split chlorination system RV parking & pad site with electric hookups Small 10x20 storage building WATER There is one water well on the property reaching a depth of 324 and boasting a flow rate of 84 gallons per minute (GPM). The water distribution lines operate on a split system with a UV filter and water softener filtering the water that supplies the wine tasting room and the Hydeaway while the wine making facility is fed pure well water. It is important to note that this property is located within the Blanco-Pedernales Groundwater Conservation District, ensuring responsible management and conservation of the local groundwater resources. GENERAL LIST OF ASSETS Winery G Permit & Brewery Permit Fully furnished wine tasting room Fully furnished short-term rental Fully equipped modern wine production facility 3 phase generator 8,000 gallons of bulk wine tank capacity 8,000 gallons of barrel capacity Forklift Bottling equipment Ozone generator Barrel Steamer All case + bulk wine on hand at the time of sale *Full asset list to be provided by agent upon signing an NDA **Select farm equipment is available for an additional cost, see agent for details BUSINESS HISTORY/BACKGROUND Westcave Cellars Winery & Brewery was established by a dedicated husband-and-wife team who share a passion for wine and viticulture, and a strong appreciation for hard work and unwavering commitment to their craft. Inspired by their success cultivating grape vines and tending to their personal garden, the duo purchased 65 acres on Hamilton Pool Road and planted 3 acres of cabernet sauvignon grapes in 1999. Over time, their vineyard expanded to over 9 acres with 9 different grape varietals. In 2011, they opened Westcave Cellars Winery & Tasting Room at their property on Hamilton Pool Road. The husband serves as the master winemaker and grower (the vigneron), while the wife oversees the hospitality and management of the tasting room. In 2020, they made the decision to sell their vineyard and winery on Hamilton Pool Road and acquire a new location on the Texas Wine Trail in Hye. This strategic move allowed them to position themselves in an area globally renowned for attracting wine enthusiasts, while also providing increased storage space for their case goods, tanks, and barrels. They remodeled the existing structures and added a larger winery building from the ground up. Although they havent planted any additional vines in Hye, they continue to manage and cultivate grapes for other esteemed vineyards in the Hill Country and High Plains AVA, ensuring the utmost quality for their own winemaking endeavors. Furthermore, the owners have obtained a brewery permit and have been crafting and serving their own beer at the tasting room. They source hops for their beers from a ranch in Sisterdale, Texas, upholding their commitment to exclusively serve beverages made with 100% Texas-grown ingredients. The owners have extensive connections in the wine industry, have earned numerous prestigious awards, and possess profound knowledge of the intricacies and regulations associated with producing and selling alcohol in Texas. As they embark on their well-deserved retirement, they are open to working as consultants for the new owners, if desired, for an agreed-upon period to facilitate a seamless transition. The sale of Westcave Cellars Winery & Brewery encompasses all real estate assets, furniture, fixtures, and equipment, as well as the wine-making assets and inventory at the time of the sale. Additionally, the business and brand will be transferred to the new owners, ensuring a comprehensive package for a prospective buyer. Co-listed with Republic Commercial Land & Brokerage, LLC
$6,400,000  •  24 acres
Luxury residence Well-managed Vineyard 5000 sqft production facility Wine cave Tasting Room Shenandoah Valley of California AVA
$699,000  •  14 acres
The Lambert ranch is an exceptional ranch property located 25 minutes North / East of Marysville, in Yuba County. This very private property is surrounded by 14+/- gorgeous foothill acres; the home has 1,208 sqft and has three fenced pastures w/ two barns & 1 shed that are completely set up for the equestrian enthusiast. There is plenty of room to roam in a very private setting. Property Highlights: • Classic ranch style home of 1,208 square feet. • 2 bed & 2 bath with a 2 car garage. • Built in 1985. • Encompassing 14 gorgeous acres. • Three fenced pastures including a 7 acre and 4 acre with a creek running through. • Two barns with stalls and paddocks; 36x36 (Horse) built in 2006 and a 20x47 (Pole) built in 1985 and a 12x36 loafing shed with access to the 7 acre pasture. • A 24x36 shop with drive-through feature • Four stall. • Enclosed drywalled tack room. • Hay storage for 100 plus hay bales. • 100x70 foot engineered, panel fenced, sand arena. • Landscaping displays, many Japanese Maples that provide lovely fall color. • Sunsets from two level deck. • Small fruit orchard with apple, pear and almond trees. • Two raised vegetable gardens with drip irrigation. • Home is located on quiet road in restful park like setting. • Local hay store, market and Post Office within 10 minutes. • One hour commute to Sacramento. • Very private setting.
$1,490,000  •  11 acres
The incredible Rabbit Peak Ranch has it all. If you are looking for privacy coupled with views and river frontage, you have found it! A one-owner home that has been impeccably built with top-of-the-line amenities and custom features and details that are truly inspiring. There is a stunning view from every room. The entryway is a grand beginning, with vaulted tongue and Groove ceilings that beautifully complement the wood floors throughout the home. The staircase has tile work on the stair fronts and a custom-built wrought iron railing. The kitchen is a dream! Granite countertops, under cabinet lighting, spices at your fingertips while cooking. More than ample pantry space, and a free-standing wood stove to keep the chill out of the air. The master bedroom has a recessed area to accent the headboard of the bed and a large walk-in closet. The master bath has his and hers sinks, a jetted tub with a view, and a separate shower. Walk upstairs and there is a perfect office cubby with another office/bedroom (with a view) a hall bathroom (with a view) and another bedroom that looks out over the entry. The detached garage contains an Air B & B that has 2 bedrooms, a Jack-N-Jill bathroom, and a kitchen area in the 2 car garage. Rented regularly you can have extra income and cash flow as often you like. The view from the back deck is fabulous! The property is bordered by the 20235 acre Sargent Wildlife Management Area on two sides! Home to big game hunting, bird watching, and outdoor enthusiasts entertainment. The Rio Chamita flows through the property as well as an irrigation ditch to which you have 1-2 acre-feet of water rights as well as 3-acre feet off of the Rio Chamita to irrigate the 5-acre pasture that yields 3500-4500 pounds per acre of forage. You receive 2 deer tags and could apply for more. 19 trophy-sized mule deer have been taken on this private haven. A 15-foot deep pond is the wildlife's playground. See a variety of animals come in for a drink or a swim. The Greenhouse is full of asparagus at the moment but would be a great asset to any green thumb, or growing preference. Choke Cherries, apples, Rhubarb are just a few of the crops you can gather. RV spaces as well. Do yourself a favor and ask for a private tour and plan on spending a couple of hours discovering this amazing home!
$630,000  •  10 acres
10 Acre Pecan Farm with home and barns For Sale Ada OK
F&R Partners